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>> joe: melendez has been very patient, mike. that's one thing i'm impressed with with his approach. he's definitely fighting at his pace. benson manages to avoid the takedown. gilbert takes it to him. >> mike: continues to push forward. michael goldberg, joe rogan. coming up after this fight, your late local news except on the west coast. second round, fight scheduled for five five-minute rounds, the champion benson henderson in the white trunks. the challenger, gilbert melendez, the strike force champion in the black trunks. very even round one. to the body. ufc lightweight championship on the line here in our main event. >> joe: seen a bit of blood trickle out of the nose of the champion. from the punches of gilbert melendez. just missed. battle to the center of the octagon. that knee to the body again. >> mike: henderson trying to throw -- >> joe: this fight is really heating up nice. inside elbow by benson. >> mike: that's two elbows that landed for the champion. >> joe: gilbert with the leg again, but not able to hang on to it. >> mike: 30 seconds left in the second. picking u
the problem was. when came in the tire looked fine. the left-front hub was completely burned up. >> mike: gordon out of race. as he turned to the garage dale earnhardt, jr. came down pit road for another stop. out front, martin truex. there is kyle busch who cutted lead to 1.1 seconds. >> darrell: hold the phone. the 18 is closing. the last couple of laps made up a couple of tenths a lap. he is coming. >> larry: it was 2.5 tenths on the last lap. may have listened to what dave rogers said. save your tires. maybe he saved enough tires and now going to stand on the gas. >> mike: 15 cars on the lead lap. back to clint bowyer as we get down to the closing stages of the second 500-mile race of the season. there is the progression. >> darrell: we saw martin truex last year at kansas dominate that race. no way he could lose. the best car of anybody there and got beat right at the end. i'm telling you that 18 car is on a mission. >> mike: truex has come so close so many times. mindful of harry gant trying to win his first sprint cup race he finished second half a dozen times. caution is out. >>
this, governor, they're worried about it in the state of indiana. >> mike: i know you have an exchange with the president and you actually asked him whether or not he thought we ought to put a focus on balancing the budget and i thought the answer he gave you, how did he respond to your request to say, gee, we ought it balance the budget like we do his families. >> he did, he talked in our conference, and it was an honor to meet the president of the united states and had a champions to say the federal government, you know, if our people in the state of indiana, americans have to balance the budget and pay the interest on our mortgages, shouldn't the same thing be expected at the federal level, and he looked at me pretty quickly and kind of said, well, jackie, american is not a family and if we balance the budget too quickly, we will lose revenue. and i just think that's very telling, governor, of wore this president is, that all of these discussions and one of the most shocking things to me about his budget is that he took the time to come to the congress, he took the time to come to t
about tragedy and stop them from living in fear. >> mike: good evening. welcome to "huckabee." we're live in e eldorado, texas. at this hour, the justice department is preparing charges for dzhokhar tsarnaev. meanwhile there's a lot of talk on the sunday morning shows about the investigation. let's take a look at some of the comments from this morning in this sunday night edition of our quotes of the week. boston mayor tom menino has wrapped up the entire boston bombing case into one sound bite in abc's "this week." >> all the information i have is they acted alone, these two individuals, the brothers. the older brother is dead now. we have a second one at beth israel hospital in very serious condition. we don't know if we'll ever be able to question the individual. >> mike: don't know if that sounds familiar, but seems like after every major crime, whether it's the kennedy assassination, the assassination of martin luther king jr., we always are pretty quick to come out and say that it was the lone nut, in this case it's a couple of them. now the truth is we don't know if they we
's a person of interest. all the details ahead. >> good morning. i'm mike in for tucker. this piece of a landing gear found wedged between the ground zero mosque site has been sitting the for nearly 12 years. or is it all a hoax? >> it's the interview that made mike jerod speak first. >> what are you doing? >> what am i not doing? >> how are they going to get enough material? >> i wouldn't call that speechless. he knew exactly what he was doing. this morning mike's coanchor joins us live. we'll talk about ryan lochte and how hot he really is. "fox & friends" hour one begins right now. >> welcome into "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. >>alisyn: the best thing about that, you're very funny. obviously everybody who watches us knows you have a great sense of humor, but it's rare that you are caught laughing hysterically on camera, and you were doing that. >> not so much at him. just the concept of his reality show that people would be tuning in to that. i love the woman i work with, shanelle. >>clayton: we'll ask him about ryan's speedo later. >>alisyn: let's get to headlines. m
>>> thank you harris faulkner. see you in the middle much huckabee. >> mike: good evening, i am mike huckabee and thank you for joining us for a special on obama care. we are delighted to have you here f. you are an employer, you probably have been turned every which way or trying to figure out obama care. if you are a medical provider you are spending less time practicing medicine but spending more time digging through the obama care and all of the rules that members of congress didn't dig through or redread. when nancy people peel said >> we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it. >> mike: yeah. well, it did pass and the extreme court invented an excuse to keep it by call a tax. we are turning out it was worse than finding a fly in the soup. it is like finding a soup in your flyings. even jay rockfeller one . sponsors of obama care quoted in a rare moment of candor when he said this. the law is so complicated and if it is not done right the first time, it is just going to get worse. toup this worse, it is beyond comprehension. invite senator rockfeller to
falkner, in just a few seconds, the next show on fox news channel. have a great week. >> . >> mike: tonight on huckabee. >> a lot of folks call themselves christians don't quite understands what it means to follow jesus. >> he was the pastor after large church, living a comfortable life style. why he gave it all up. >> spend it on stuff that's not going to matter, rather than fwiflg giving it to people need it. >> what if i told you that jesus came to abolish religion. >> he's a christian who loves jesus what, about organized religion. >> for religion, i hate it recent it. >> youtube sensation jeff beck joins the governor tonight. >> plus, he was 11 years old when he asked her for money on the street. she didn't give him money, but something much more valuable that has lasted more than 25 years. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. ♪ >> thank you. thank you very much, everyone. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york. people are observing the most important dates in christian and jewish life. easter this weekend and passover on monday. and i realiz
you for your leadership and last time i was in the same room with mike casey we were announcing the warriors deal. a lot of good paying jobs. today is about our no. 1 industry? san francisco which is tourism and the hotels and their conclusion with the labor union to come to an agreement that extends perhaps 5-and-a-half years of agreeing to a labor contract for all the 750 union members working in this hotel. you know, san francisco is incredible. i just came back from the international city cities of cork ireland, paris, france. they marvel at how well we have done things here in our great city and keep it going and remake it. they also have a sense that anytime their members come here, they are experiencing a huge amount of warmth from people who serve them. i know the quality of our hotels is one of the main stays of why we are such a really and successful tourist center for all over the world, not just in san francisco or california, but all over the world. these workers who have in past years probably didn't have such smooth negotiations in the past, we are reminded of th
contributor, mining barnicle, mike? >> reverend? >> no one knows that city better than you, mike. today is patriot's day in boston for people around the country. that's the day schools are closed there. they celebrate the lexington and concord that day. tell us what this means in the context of this horrific act, mike. >> well, reverend, patriot's day in boston is the day when they have a red sox baseball game that begins at 11:00 on the morning, monday morning, patriot's day, today. the marathon goes off simultaneously with the red sox game being played. you'll get 35,000 people spilling out of fenway park, which is about six city blocks from the finish line on boylston street where thousands upon thousands of people gather to root home their relatives, their friends to see cross the finish line. today, it's a day when the entire city wears a smile. no one goes to work, schoolins e out, kids are abundant within the city. as you indicated, shortly after the winners finish the marathon, normal people come across with their relatives and friends waiting for them and cheering them on. ther
conflict? ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. president obama spent most of the first year of his first term pushing obamacare instead of focusing on the struggling economy. and the first year of his second term, the economy is still in the tank, but increasing cost and access, the president is focused on a new crusade, gun control. he's back on his perpetual campaign trail, selling snake oil while we ought to be killing snakes. he claims that 92% of the american people support his proposals and calls them common sense approaches. frankly, there's nothing common nor sensible about adding more laws on those who don't break the ones we have in order to persuade the people who ignore the ones we have. they're not going to start obeying the ones we create. one thing we all agree on, we never, we never want to see another shooting like sandy hook or aurora. but it would help if we at least would bring our brains to the discussion. this week in california, t
where they are and not go outside. wees work throw the information mike levine is with me. mike, your information has been inavailable. what can you report here tonight? >> the latest i am hearing, and perhaps it is stating the obvious, but federal law enforcement does believe what is going on around mit may be related to the bombings on monday. and i am being told local police in the boston area may have arrested someone with, quote, similar features as one of the suspects from the monday bombing. >> mike do you know if the features reflect suspect number one or suspect number two? >> i don't know that. continue. i'm sorry i interrupted you. >> i was just told how the situation unfolded tonight was earlier at a 7-eleven there was a carjacking or robbery and local police responded. when one of the officers got on the scene he was shot and i believe he has now died. there was a subsequent chase and while police were chasing the suspects, the suspect was throwing explosive devices at the chasing officers and that's how we got to where we are now. >> this campus police officer, was he co
security know more than they are telling us in we take a closer look. >> i'm mike in for tucker. good news for more or more trouble for travelers. the f.a.a. says all systems will be back to normal by tonight. but not so fast. why a typo could delay everything. >> did you type that up? >> i did. i'm a horrible typeer. >> then conan o'brien taking center stage in washington, d.c. >> when you think about it, the president andry a lot alike. we both went to harvard, we both have two children and we both told joe biden we didn't have extra tickets for tonight's event. >> we have the best zingers. as the president and comedian go head tooted? whto -- head to head. who won? "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> good sunday morning, everyone welcome in to "fox & friends." we didn't get the tickets to the white house corps respondencorrespondentcorrespon. our own alisyn camerota was there so coming up, she will share her photos and experiences from the white house correspondents' dinner. ali is a terrible photographer. last year, she shared photos. no heads. they were of half an eye and a
'll have steve, mike, and sabrina and john and morgan. mike, who has it right? >> the consumers have it right. going back to 2007 before the last bubble burst, consumers were on it and confidence had started to fall and the stock market took until october to realize. consumers have it right. cheap prices and money is raising stock prices but making consumirs poor. >> steve, these are the data points. retail sales are lowest in nibe months and consumer confidence is down. who has it right? the market hit for the 14th time it hit a record. >> the market has it right. you can have a good market in a economy. it is not good. company corporate earnings are up and they haven't paid it out in dividends and you have a peculliar situation. dividends are higher than bond yield and so the market is not a bull market only because of the dollars going down in value. you can have both. but in real terms the market is also punked. >> you wonder if the blue sky crowd is too much in control. companies like the gap, you know, banana republic all saying, we are not seeing the retailers. some in governm
, there is no comparison. narrator mike swenson heads utah's shared access alliance. [mike swenson] the power lies in the people. and the ability to manage land, and to say how land should be managed lies with the people, but we forget that because there's a separation between us and washington, but it really is with us. i would add the caveat that local people should have a little bit more say. [page stegner] they sometimes forget that it isn't, in fact, just their land; it is all of our lands. [narrator] robert redford is an actor, director and environmentalist. on this fall day, he helps release a hawk back to the wild at sundance, utah. [robert redford] i think the greatest argument to be foisted now, or to be dealt with right now, is an argument that's been there since i became active in the environment, and that is, it goes back to, what are we going to preserve? what are we going to develop? considering we are a development oriented society, you're probably not going to take that away. but the question is, what are you going to have left to develop if you don't preserve something? and also
bull pen. one ball, one strike. >> mike: look at the quality location pitching. he takes that count away with perfect location. >> duane: and a curveball. >> mike: oh. >> duane: he caught it. not a strike, but maybe when it hit the plate, maybe it was. 2-2, we're in the ninth inning. crawford. he got him! nice play. >> mike: the thing that's impressive about crawford, he goes to his left, then a 360. how accurate his throws are. that's a bullet to belt. watch the footwork, gets planted on the leg, a little hop, skip, here comes the cannon. right to the chest. casilla appreciates the effort. >> duane: alonso. he's struck out swinging, 0 for 3. came into the game hitting over .300. 2-2. nobody on in the ninth. gyorko is up next. i think he must like what he's seeing tonight with casilla up against righties. >> mike: he's got a lot of weapons, and he has command of all of them. >> duane: right into the giants dugout, on the third base side. >> mike: not a lot of wind at this ballpark right now. flags are limp. it's not often like this at this ballpark. >> duane: the trainer asking him
. officials say they intercepted both letters before they got to the white house or the capitol building. mike emanuel is live on the hill there. there are some similarities between the two letters. what are they? >> well, bill, that's right. an fbi operations bulletin obtained by fox reveals similarities. both were postmarked memphis, tennessee on april the 8th. there was some identical wording. and the same signature imkc and i approve this message. at the white house we received this update. >> there was a letter sent to, addressed to the president, that at an off site mail facility wases noticd to have contained a suspicious substance and tests were undertaken. the fbi has the lead in that investigation. >> important to note that both letters did not reach the white house or the capitol complex. they were flagged at offsite facilities, bill. mr. . >> bill: yeah, ricin can be a killer. it's more poisonous. we had an expert on today saying 6,000 more times poison news than cyanide. this is dangerous material here. there were suspicious packages sent it lawmakers in your home state what do yo
bleeping fairy. you [ bleep ]ing [ bleep ]. >> mike rice kicking players, throwing balls at their heads. >> i am shocked. >> plus -- >> that is oil. >> spillproof. arkansas launching an investigation into the terrible oil spill that has flooded a neighborhood. also conrad murray. the prison interview. >> you believe in your innocence? >> absolutely. no doubt. because i did nothing wrong. >> michael jackson's fallen doctor. the denials, and the strange singing on cnn last night. ♪ he's a little boy that santa claus forgot the little boy that santa claus forgot ♪ >> and controversy in the classroom. should teacher raises be tied to student test scores. >>> late-night deal. >> here he is, jimmy fallon! >> new reports from hollywood, jimmy fallon will indeed replace jay leno on "the tonight show." live in the cnn newsroom. good morning. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin with a story sure to rattle anyone who whose kids play sports. grabbing, shoving, throwing basketballs at players, hurling ugly slurs. >> you [ bleep ]ing fairy. >> that's mike rice, head
and be a part of it and the city. thank you. >> i'm mike casey, president of the united local, i want to thank you mayor for the leadership in not just creating and bringing new jobs to san francisco but making sure they are good jobs, quality jobs, where workers can retire in dignity for their families. mr. mayor you have been showing that leadership since you have been appointed. we want to encourage you in advancing those principles. thanks very much. and then to the hilton, mike an did dunne and the leadership who took a chance here. they took quite a rest while the rest of the industry was actually preparing for a major war with our union over the course of the next, what would have been probably the next year or two, the hilton corporation said maybe there is a way we can avoid the drama and turmoil that is brought to this city all too frequently because of concessionary bargaining that some employers try to impose on the union. so, after several months we have reached an early agreement, our contract doesn't expire until august 2013, so the hilt on and our union reached and agreement.
. you're not suggesting we put an ad in this thing? frasier, mike sanchez has already sent out tapeis show. mike sanchez? oh, i like him. and who knows what fletcher grey is doing? s of h fletcher grey... thank you, dad! geez. well, all right, i... just as long as it's tasteful and understated. great. i'll call my friend and have him work something up for us. wait a minute. if we want to stand out, why run another boring ad? we should do something different, something unique. last year's winner threw a big cocktail party. okay, okay we can do that but we should do something else-- something to keep our names in their minds. i know-- personalized gifts from... oh, the new tiffany's catalog. ooh, that's good. i saw the most incredible cigarette cases. no cigarette cases. it sends out a bad message. ooh, how about a silver flask? we've already got your vote, roz. martin: hold on. look, i might not know anything about show business but sending gifts eople who can do something for you is called bribery. it's a simple thank you. well, i'm glad to hear that because if i had to give somebo
, not decrease. >> rose: but i'm mostly disturbed may be you say not with that, i think you have to mike smart judgments but you wonder if you're going make smart judgments if the president is not necessarily hearing all the advice that he needs to hear. >> it's a challenge for the person who's president. >> rose: not just our president but leaders everywhere. >> that's right. that's right. it's a challenge to seek out -- charlie, our brains are wired tom receive and remember information that is consistent with our prior beliefs. and we resist information that is contrary to our beliefs and we interpret information based upon our prejudices, our bias, our beliefs. i want to read you one thing to make that point and it's universal. it isn't just one side or the other. >> rose: why do you have this in your pocket? >> i carry with with me because i use it every time i get into a question. this is an example of how people interpret events in a system with their prior belief. in 2004 george w. bush wop the popular vote by about three million votes and he received 286 electoral votes. after that ele
and mike schuh has security in our area. first >> reporter: explosions at the finish line of boston marathon. susan.the bloody scene shocked many in boss and and around the world. you hear about things in other places. in the united states we have to be aware that, perhaps, more of that is coming our way. >> reporter: the investigation started immediately. officials cordoned off several blocks around the bomb site in order to allow detectives to sweep the area for more devices. early tuesday morning, we learned federal and local authorities are searching an apartment of someone they are calling a person of interest in the bows stone suburb of revere. >> this is a thorough and active and fluid on going investigation. >> reporter: police searched surveillance cameras in the area. cbs has learned that one piece of video shows a man carrying two backpacks who was in the area before the blast. >> they are trying to sweep the other cameras in the area. that shot is only from the back. they want to see who the person is from the front and if he might be relevant. >> reporter: president oba
. mike, that video, those pictures, have now bounced around the world. everybody has seen them. in all likelihood, if you were at that marathon, you have now seen it, too. so if you were in that picture, you're innocent, it's time to step forward, right? >> that's it. that's why the fbi has turned to the public. you heard the special agent in charge saying basically for all the leads they chased down, for all the groundwork they've done, they had exhausted their best leads. they turned to the public for new leads and got them just as quickly as this information went out, just as quickly as the new images went out. more images came back in. our affiliate, fox 25, coming up with new images of the individual now identified as suspect number two, in the white ball cap, standing by the finish line. what appears to be a backpack by his feet. that would be consistent with what the fbi said in this press conference, what they told us earlier. this is the individual they say carried the backpack, containing the bomb, up there toward the finish line here on boylston street, took it off, set it d
like. >> you are back in the midwest and it's not a coincidence mike nicco are s back to work and we have thunderstorms. >> i think he brought it with him. >> it seemed like san francisco except for the rain where i was and should have been warm and dry but it was cold and wet. we're back and now we are going to take care of you this morning. you can see a little bit of fog hanging around. definitely low clouds and patches of rain. here is a look at the entire bay area. let's zoom in on concord, pleasant hill, you see down to walnut creek, heading over to vallejo. also up towards, say, fairfield, better radar returns and 237 down to the south bay and dumbarton bridge, that is where the best radar returns. they are green and fairly light. yellows are over so the steady heavier rain is starting to taper but keeping the roads wet. temperatures today are going to be rather nice once again. most of us in the low to mid-50s look at that, 52 is as cold as it gets around santa rosa and up around san rafael. 58 at half moon bay, low to mid-50s around the bayshore. take look at the next three
those principles. thanks very much. and then to the hilton, mike an did dunne and the leadership who took a chance here. they took quite a rest while the rest of the industry was actually preparing for a major war with our union over the course of the next, what would have been probably the next year or two, the hilton corporation said maybe there is a way we can avoid the drama and turmoil that is brought to this city all too frequently because of concessionary bargaining that some employers try to impose on the union. so, after several months we have reached an early agreement, our contract doesn't expire until august 2013, so the hilt on and our union reached and agreement. i think this shows a commitment to go the highroad. often there are too many hotels in this city that want to go the low road, the meridian and the hyatt corporation have been notorious for the way they treat their workers. mike dunne has shown corporations there is a better way of guaranteeing customer service and for workers that provide that customer service. this contract provides three things: no. 1,
win went into the water bass the smoke was overwhelming. >> mike was watching watching ta this morning. >> i want want to be on the boat, in. small boat. looked like. and nowhere to go with a fire like that. >> 9-1-1 calls brought out the fire boats from coast guard and san francisco. but with the tide out the water was too shallow for boats to reach the crew. the only rescue boat that could reach the stranded fishermen was marine of the san francisco police department. you can see the boat pluck one man from the water as the other three jumpedded a -- jumped aboard. >> we have probably one of the fastest boats on the bay and capable of getting into shallow water. part of our homeland security unit. >> the four men were brought appoint in south san franciscoy pie and paramedic units were related. three were treated and one was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. the boat was slowly differenting and burning in the late afternoon. monitored bay south san francisco buyer boat. the boat was toed in here to oyster point an hour ago, total loss. the man at the hospital for smoke inha
. windy and busy. mike? >> here is a visual clue of how windy it is. check out the flag on pier 15, it is fully unfurled because of the strong winds. we are gusting around 30 or 35 and downtown san francisco. you do not need the umbrella. it is quiet right now. temperatures are running in the 40's and 50's. we are in the upper 40's to low 50's everywhere. winds will pick up speed as we head throughout the day especially when the sun comes up, the faster winds are higher than the service winds and when the air starts rising the colder and faster moving air rushes in. we are starting off breezy with cloud cover and it will become sunny with faster wind by noon and windy at the highest point at 4:00. we will be mostly in the 60's away from the coast from noon to 7:00 and the coast is in the 50's. the next three days show calmer and warmer at the coast and 70's and 80's on wednesday and above average but cooler in the 70's away from the coast on thursday. now here is our traffic. >> good morning, everyone, the story is high wins and that is affecting the drive this morning. we have pla
. >>> a green day concert in full swing when the lead singer suddenly hands over the mike. how billy joe let an 11-year-old wow the crowd. >>> and miley cyrus is hannah montana, now meet the girl who -- >> apparently doesn't know that. ♪ >>> i got to say, not the brightest move to try to pull on the streets when you're surrounded by motorcycles. this is an apparently an organized ride in myrtle beach, south carolina. there's 400 plus bikers out there. organized, sanctioned, believed to be police escorts out there with them. look at what this person in a volvo tries to do. tries to pass a number of these guys on the shoulder. it's not an off-road vehicle, it's a sedan. you're driving over rumble strips and also the grass. watch what happens. >> oh! >> oh! >> gets completely out of control, comes screaming across both lanes of traffic there. doesn't hit any of the bikers it looks like, but ends up down in the ditch, in the grass. doesn't hit any of the bikers but could have wiped out a bunch of them. the driver put lives at risk because of impatience. >> maybe the driver was annoyed because
to forbes on fox . i am david asbin. we have steve forbes . rich and rick and elizabeth and john and mike. so steve, the pipe line means more jobs, right. >> this is ridiculous. it should have been three or four years ago. it is extremist that rather have us go and freeze except for themselves. it will go forward and provide jobs and gas and oil in particular . more is better and cheaper energy means not only jobs in the energy secretarior. >> rick, now of all times and we have an anemic job figure. >> i don't have an instant allergic reaction to the pipe line . people dependent if they are okay i am okay . >> let's be realistic. >> the governor who was against it is now for it and seen the figures. >> on the jobs front it would create 20,000. i will take any job but once it is built they will be gone. >> a lot of debate. >> lose the debate about gas prices. >> emac, job numbers, there are a lot of figures. it would create thousands of new jobs. >> you noted in the break there are better multiflier. there is restaurant and other service jobs and that's better than what the government uses
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